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Submitted by MetalArcade 809d ago | review

Spartacus: War of the Damned - "Enemies of Rome" Review | Metal Arcade

Metal Arcade:

"Enemies of Rome" is an explosive start to the final season of Spartacus.

Spartacus: War of the Damned's premiere episode, "Enemies of Rome", starts off mid-battle, with plenty of the ultra-violence the series is known for. Limbs are lopped off, horses are speared to death and faces are crushed in a familiar gush of crimson. As Spartacus succeeded in liberating his fellow gladiators last season, he's since gained legions of followers to fight for him in the cause to annihilate the Roman empire. With each victory, the troops gain more confidence, and their biggest worry this episode seems to be finding a base big enough to house their massive amount of soldiers before winter sets in. But as they'll soon find out, there is a much bigger threat on the horizon- Marcus Crassus (Simon Merrells). (Spartacus: War of the Damned, TV) 9.0/10

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